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. >>> hey, thanks for joining us on hln. i'm natasha curry. our top story, a fourth body discovered after a midair collision. a small plane collideed with a helicopter, both fell into the hudson river. new york mayor michael bloomberg says it's believed all of the nine people on both aircraft were killed. here is how witnesses described the crash. >> there was a plane, a small plane like a cessna cutting back towards new jersey side. helicopter heading southbound about 1100, 1200 feet. the plane rolled into the helicopter, hit the side of it of the helicopter went straight in the water. there was a poof of smoke and a bang. it went further down hit the water by the w hotel and came down, a couple of pieces. >> what did you think when you saw it. >> tragic, bad. you look up and you see all the planes going around here and it's hectic. unfortunately this thing happens. the fact that it does happen -- it doesn't happen more often is crazy. >> it was turning, went down first. about three, four seconds later, i saw the wing for helicopters. there's no wing for helicopters, it was the rotor bla
thank you for joining us. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- martha: this is the "live desk." i am martha maccallum. trace: i am trace gallagher. this is where the news begins. if you swing over here, this is the foreign desk covering the globe. every single picture that comes into fox news channel comes in right here along the media desk. here on the "live desk" we begin with break-in news. martha: disturbing new information on what may have motivated a shooting spree at a pennsylvania health club. a man shot and killed a three women during the wounded nine others when he opened fire in an aerobics class in pennsylvania. >> a lot of people started running around. i took off my headphones and i kept hearing boom, boom, boom. i heard about 30 shots. i started ducking down. i got out as fast as i could. i helped carry out one girl who was shot in the thigh. she kept saying she was going to die. it is crazy stuff. i am in shock. martha: the shooter was keeping a block ofblog the detailed his hatred of women.
guest: the koppers have a long history here in the u.s. and they can be in different forms. they can be owned by the members themselves and they use their strength as a group to purchase goods or services and the cooperatives of that would be formed across the united states would act in the very same way as they do today. i informed rural illinois and we are very familiar with cooperatives as individuals come together as groups. americans think of themselves as the rugged individualists, but actually, we join groups all the time. and the cooperatives give the power of groups to the individual. i think that it can bring competition to the health care sector. we need greater competition. but we need greater choices for individuals. and that is what i think cooperative's done correctly will do. a cartel, on the other hand, is controlled by the suppliers and their monopolistic -- and they are monopolistic and they do not serve to enhance competition. cartels killed competition. we ought to be careful about the real language that is being used. kecoughtahost: it sounds like ot c
-section, not necessarily representative, but people coming up to us and having a discussion about health care. last night we pulled in to paducah, kentucky, and it was just remarkable, the number of people who showed up. so, what we did, we asked the restaurant across the road to give us some chairs. we sat down under -- 20 feet from the bus, got our cameras fired up, and we had our own town hall meeting. here's just a taste of what we heard. we're here in paducah, kentucky. we are hearing different things from people wherever we're going, but i haven't found too many people around here who are opposed to reforming health care. >> i'm for the idea, but i don't think that congress and the president has done a good job of disseminating the information. i'm just hearing a lot of flak and not a lot of meat and potatoes. >> reporter: what about you? >> i think right now we have a lack of choice. i mean, health care's expensive. i mean, the average costs of the coverage i found more often than not are more expensive than the actual care. i would think any choice, any viable choice, would be better than what we
. if you make less than $250,000 a year, you won't have to pay more taxes. that's what he said. he told us that. he told joe the plumber that. he told just about everybody who would hear that, that. that was before the bank bailouts, mind you, before the nearly $800 billion stimulus bill, before the federal deficit topped $1 trillion. all right. are you ready for this? i want you to listen closely now to treasury secretary tim geithner this weekend, in case you missed it. he's talking specifically now about this issue. >> we will not get this economy back on track, recovery will be not strong and sustained unless we can convince the american people that we are going to have the will to bring these deficits down once recovery is firmly established. >> here's what else he said, which is interesting. remember, you got to be careful how you listen to the words. he said when it comes to taxes, the president won't do anything that adds unfairly, anything that adds unfairly to the middle class. key word, unfairly. almost like there's some distance between this and that. now, listen to this bit of
economists, does it pick up speed and momentum? but these guys have been telling us, well, for the number really to go down, we actually have to see job creation and we still haven't had a month of job creation. >> speaking of job creation, that cash for clunkers program that an initial billion dollars pa put into, now another $2 billion could lead to some 400,000 additional cars, which some car manufacturers may lead to some hiring because their inventories are light. is the white house talking about that expectation that the $2 billion could begin to stimulate hiring which may have a ripple impact, at least in the hard-hit areas of michigan and tennessee and some of the other car manufacturing hubs? >> i do think that they like the fact that you're seeing the states that are taking the most advantage of this cash for clunkers are some of these states and some of these harder hit manufacturing places like ohio, like indiana. so that is something that they are happy about. but, you know, you take to some analysts here and august is sometimes is a big car buying month anyway, i believe. i'
. >> the words that she used, the fact that she was on a cell phone and somebody did it anyway. the location, as i understand it, is not a location where somebody would be driving around looking for a random victim. >> you'd have to go out and interview almost everybody she knew, particularly the probationees or parolees. you cannot omit anybody. >> and tonight, live to anaheim. a quite community reeling after a suitcase discovered in a communal duct is revealing a body. the petite small-framed young woman remains unidentified. who is she? how did she come to be murdered and then thrown away like trash? tonight cops work around the clock to make an i.d. >> i reached over into the dumpster with my finger and pulled up the flap with my finger and i discovered the body. >> a shocking discovery. a 20-something woman's body found in a suitcase. police looking for who did it. >> officers received a call about 7:00 this morning from a subject that had been looking for recyclables in the dumpster. while looking for recyclables, he came across a suitcase and while looking at the suitcase, he came acr
and prayers for me and my family. because of all that is going on, i'm afraid to return phone calls or use my e-mail. therefore, i recorded this video to let all of you know that i have been receiving your messages. i have not been able to thank you personally, which as you know, is not normal for me. your messages give me strength and courage, and keep me going. they mean the world to me. please don't worry. as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life, i will be fine. i have done all i can do. i told the truth and i have faith the truth will prevail. god bless you, and thank you. >> all right. want to hear from you on this. taking your calls at 1-877-tell hln. back with us to talk about this statement, jim moray, chief correspondent, inside edition and ann bremner. ann also sat in on michael jackson's molestation trial. jim, what do you make of this? first public comments and this is what we get. what are your thoughts here? >> well, it's a public comment but he really didn't say anything. he seems to be more of a public relations issue than anything that carries legal weight. he sa
will be with us and pennsylvania governor edrindel . dr. david lipshus. we'll cover every bit of all of the information that we can possibly cover. we hope you will stay tuned for this next important hour. [applause] last week we asked you to send us your e-mails and we'll read some of them tonight and we'll ask you to send us your questions throughout the show . we'll be getting to some of them later in the hour. i will let you in on a secret to why i am personally opposed to president obama's rush. it is not not personal opposition to president obama and not political opposition because it is pushed by democrats. it is because of what i know about how government works . how even good ideas go bad when they are put through the legislative process. i am not a shield for insurance companies and heavy-handed way in which they put profits ahead of patients is partly to blame in the way they are fixing things. the cure may be worse. >> government doesn't worry about how temperature costs. they can borrow more money and print money and charge you higher taxes. with obama care it will requ
and unleash u.s. investment to create innovative technologies and whole new industries right here in america, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and protect our children from pollution. so i do look forward to hearing all of our witnesses today about how we can work together to rise to the clean energy challenge and to transform our economy. senator inhofe. >> well, thank you, madam chairman, and thank you for holding this hearing. i think it might be a good time since we're going to go into august recess to kind of assess what we have leshed from -- learned from these hearings. madam chairman, since i turned the gavel over to you, this committee's held over 30 hearings on global warming with numerous testimony from officials all over the country and world. these hearings explored various issues associated with cap and trade, and i'm sure my colleagues learned a great deal for them, but over the last two years it was not from these hearings that i, that we got to the essence of cap and trade. it was the democrats who cut right through the chase, it was the democrats over the last two year
on "lou dobbs news" on twitter.com. we hope you do. for all of us here, thanks for watching. good night from new york. here's campbell brown. >>> tonight, hear the questions we want answered. 47 people trapped on a plane overnight. the airline refusing to let them off. >> there were at least two babies nearby me who cried and screamed almost the whole night. the smells were getting worse. the bathroom was getting worse. >> continental airline and express jet on the defensive tonight. what were they thinking? >>> also, is this any way to get to the truth about health care reform? >> how dare you. >> come on. >> i'll tell you about conspiracy. it reads like something that was thought up in the early 1930s in germany. it is not -- >> my biggest fear is this is going to get ran down our throats. >> enough with the shout fest. we're turning down the noise and separating fact from fiction in this health care debate. >>> plus, is everything you've ever heard about exercise and weight loss wrong? "time" magazine says work out all you want, it won't help you drop the pounds. >>> and kate gosseli
developments on the interrogation tactics used by cia on suspected terrorists. investigation by cia's own inspector general will be released today. it's a report concealed for five years but a federal court just ordered it released. elaine is live, what do we know about the findings of this report. >> the cia report is expected to be released today but new details are already emerging. >>> in separate incidents cia interrogators threatened the man suspected of plotting the deadly bombing of the uss cole. according to knowledge sources familiar with the 2004 cia report. sources confirm one interrogation session involved a gun. another an electric drill. both meant to scare the al qaeda prisoner into giving up information. newsweek reports mock executions were staged, including one where a gun was fired in a room next to a detainee to make him believe another prisoner had been killed. the american civil liberties union, which sued to get the cia report released, called the tactics under the bush administration not only reprehensible but illegal and said the american public has a right to kn
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by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> bid morning. >> thanks for joining us. -- good morning. >> thanks for joining us for a 11 news today. >> we have a very good chance, about 50% chance of scattered storms. not everyone will get the rain fall. but the storms could be intense if you are caught in them. 71 degrees at the airport. 80 degrees at ocean city. a high of 89 degrees-91 degrees. partly cloudy skies. the front makes its head way through here late this afternoon. more on all of that coming up in a bit. >> nothing weather-related at the moment. the afternoon commute could be a different story. an accident in spite of i-70. the ramp has a delay there. a water main break on falls road. in medical call coming in southbound at the fort mchenry told plaza -- toll plaza blocking lang 15. here -- lane 15. here is a live view of the mountain road area. some nice movement around the white marsh area. that is the latest. over to you. >> thank you. our big story this morning, in a little more than an hour from now, some journalists who live in prison -- imprisoned in north korea
there. we'll take your calls. 877-tell-hln. joining us to talk about it, former u.s. attorney and also a representative from search. you are showing the foliage and it wouldn't be easy to find caylee, correct? go ahead, tim. >> i think it was next to impossible. there certainly was standing water that was covering anything and that's why i made the decisions that i made before that if caylee was deceased it would be a tiny skeleton over there and we wouldn't take a chance on a horse stepping on it or even a ground searcher and i still think it was the greatest decision and wisest decisions i made in any searches because if that would have happened it would have pushed that body down in the mud and destroyed anything and it would still never be found. we searched everything. one of the big reasons the photo was taken before we did that search is we flew over every area we searched before and any area we had any interest in. that was an area we had a lot of interest in and law enforcement had a lot of interest in so we could compare those areas with what they looked like then compared to
, and i would imagine that most of us here are on medicare, and most -- there may be some who would like to give up their medicare? no. none of us to do. so what is so wrong with government provided health care? >> thank you. >> i have one more question. in these proposals you suggest, i did not see any way to control costs. that has been one of our major problems. not only the denial of care, but the rationing of care by the health insurance companies. costs have gone out of control. so how to propose this? how would your system control it? >> i will send you a copy of your poster board. i do not want to get into the mayo clinic, but this is what they said. the proposed legislation misses the opportunity to create higher-quality, more affordable health care for patients. in fact, it would do the opposite. that is a clearcut statement. the ability to go through state lines to purchase health insurance, reform medical malpractice, give people a $5,000 refundable tax credit to go anywhere in america and get health insurance they think best meets their needs. we eliminate this problem that
economic advisor here, she said all of this is going to take time. she uses this description, talking about a lanche ship or a supertanker. you can turn the steering wheel, but it will take time for that ship to turn around. she said that the recovery is similar and everyone has to be patient. >> what's important is not where the president is in the first 100 or the second 100 days. they're going to take the view that in the economy, we inherted an awful mess. they're wapting ingwaiting to final grade is, understanding we have a lot of work to do. they didn't expect we would turn everything around, wave our magic wand, and fix every problem in 200 days. >> when the conversation comes up about these unemployment numbers, the white house again will always say that the president is never satisfied and will not be satisfied untilever american out there out of work and looking for a job can get a job, kiran. >> congress on recess today. we know lawmakers are going back home. they're trying to shore up support for health care reform. this is one town hall meeting. this is kathy caster. take a lo
we'll treat it first. most families in china earn less than 1,000 u.s. dollar as year. the 15 cents is affordable health care. but reeed. we can't afford to treat major illnesses, she says, we're afraid if it's serious we'll have to spend a lot of money. but health care reform is also important to this economy. the chinese have an incredibly high personal saving rate. currently that's to cut against medical bills. the government is imposing a better health care system will mean that they save less and spend more. that will be good for economic growth. to do that, they have sun verse sal health courage of 20/20. >> here is tony harris. >> good morning, everyone. this is august 10th. the top stories in the cnn "newsroom." >>. >>> divers look for bodies in the hudson river. >>> a growing appetite in small town america. good morning, everyone. i'm tony harris and you are in the cnn "newsroom." temperatures are reaching a pitch and the chanting, the yelling, the hard to reach the debate through all of the noise. to determine what happens with health care reform, we'll cut through all of
. 202-737-0002 for democrats. we also have a line for independents, and send us a tweed. inside "usa today" the health- care battle bubbling over in town hall forums across the nation this month, shifting to tv screens. if you go to the website politico.com, a $12 million edged campaign committee latest wave of ads in support of the president's plan. mike allen joins us. can you explain what this is all about. guest: the $12 million buy, which is the first of tens of millions of dollars of money going out in support of the president's plant is an effort by white house allies to counter all the great coverage we have been seeing on c-span and elsewhere of these raucous town halls. as you know, this is the reversal of the landscape that president clinton faced back in 1993 when the air waves were very much dominated by the opposition. >> this is coming -- host: this is coming at the same time as the net routes meeting in michigan, and "usa to the" is pinning it $57 million in health-care advertising. guest: it is like a presidential campaign if you are in ohio you will see more of the
passing day. he is a catergory ii hurricane now. >> but he is going to leave us alone, right? >> that remains to be seen. by the end of the week is when he would have an influence on the eastern seaboard, but there's a chance he may curl out to sea. you may be correct, but we may have to watch it closely. around here it's mainly the hot temperatures we are having to deal with. right now it's 76 degrees in baltimore and the surrounding areas also in the 70s. will you see showers trying to make their way into the west, a few of them have made their way into garrett county. 20% chance for later in the afternoon, especially. let's time it out here in the future scan model, you will see the shower chances increasing through the later part of the day. it looks like it's throughout the region indicated by all of that green, but it's going to be more of an isolated incident around 5 to 10:00 p.m. and closer to 10:00 p.m., and eastern shore maybe until 10:00 p.m. we're going to see repeated or some definite distinct chances throughout the area at different times through the day. they
. >> our cnn terrorism analyst, peter bergen talking with us from kabul, afghanistan, who happened to be in kabul during the time of this explosion. peter, thanks. we'll talk with you again. since it is the top of the hour, we want to bring viewers who might be joining us up to speed on the news out of kabul, afghanistan. one hour ago, an explosion oc r occurred on the streets of the capital. defense ministry spokesman tells the associated press this was a suicide car bombing. the attack happened, we do know this, near the headquarters of nato and the u.s. embassy. we have seen video of the smoke. here's the street scene of what occurred just after the explosion. we have also received video into cnn of people who were injured and people being administered health care by rescue teams there on the scene. and so we'll continue to get more information about what happened, how many were injured, was anybody killed? we have on the street for us, as well, atia abawi of our team there in afghanistan. she joins us with the latest. atia? >> reporter: natalie, we're still waiting on more inf
in this morning. you also reach us by e-mail, journal@c-span.org, and on twitter. the obama's are not in the white house this week, but the white house will have a special visitor this week. a philadelphia family will get a tour of the white house. one dozen of the descendants of jennings will view the famous gilbert stuart portrait of washington. the story this morning that we are asking you about is afghanistan. here is the front page of "the new york times." the military says that the afghan forces is insufficient. "military troops sought for procurement in war. the chief envoy to the region this weekend said that they did not have enough troops to do their job, pushed past their limits by taliban rebels who operate across the borders. taliban insurgents continued to bombard the towns and villages with rockets despite a new influx of american troops. in eastern afghanistan, a network of militants has become a main source of attacks against american troops and their afghan allies." further down, "the assessment comes after stanley mcchrystal revealed that he was working to complete a major war s
a choice in next year's senate primary because u.s. congressman joe sestak is bravely going to come out of the gate and make a very big statement tomorrow morning, a very big statement. that arlen specter is going to have a rival for the nomination of the party he just joined. that's in "the politics fix" tonight. >>> guess how to get into harvard? well, you could have your father arrest one of its professors. i'm serious. that's in the "hardball sideshow." >>> but first, u.s. congressman lloyd doggett of texas was shouted down at his own town hall meeting in austin, texas. austin is what i'm told apparently the most sophisticated political town in texas, sir. why the zaniness over the weekend at your town hall meeting? let's look at the pictures while you speak of what was going on there. >> what better slogan for the party of no, no way, never, than just say no? one of the reasons is many of these people were summoned in by the local republican and libertarian parties. they didn't even live in the neighborhood. they were there not just to be heard, but to ensure other people weren't h
us sort of specific descriptions that a medical professional would recognize. what you saw, how you approached the problem, who was doing what. >> ok. the -- the people that were there were -- that i remember and i'm sure there were others, were myself. a nurse, diane bowen, i think, and two interns. marty white who's now -- well, head of the organ bank here in dallas. a lot of people still around. and an oral surgery resident whose name i don't remember right now. oral surgery intern. so that was the team. your job in a patient who's severely injured kind of goes in the steps of do what takes -- keeps each patient alive, then you go back and evaluate the injuries in more detail and make your long-term plan. first, you need a way to breathe second you have to be breathing and third your heart has to be pumping and fourth, head has got to be working, your nervous system has to work. your job is to see what's going of within the airways and breathing and see what's going won the circulation. then you look at neurological function. the -- usually one person kind of takes charge and one
a certain galaxies and the distance it is speeding from us. once you have a relation between the distance and the speed, and the relation, but the way, is linear so if something is more distant, it moves faster from us -- once you have a relation like this, you can roll it back, like a video that you run backward, and you can discover when it did the expected start. if i tell you that the distance from here to baltimore is -- i don't know what it is -- 40 miles, let's say, it will take you an hour to get there. of course, it never does, because the parkway is always full of repairs and things, but that is a different question. in this particular case, you can use this to roll the movie of the universe back and discover how old are universe is. the problem is, in astronomy, while you can determine speeds relatively easy, because you use something that is similar to the doppler effect, this thing that when something moves away, waves gets spread out, so you can, by seeing how waves gets spread out, it tell how fast it is moving, distances are very difficult to tell in astronomy. you look to
and friends, it is an honor to have you with us today and it is an honor for us to host this important celebration. early this year, mason was privileged to be one of the many universities and colleges across the nation to commit itself to the yellow ribbon education enhancement program. a provision to have post 9/11 veterans, the act in 2008, this initiative is designed to extend higher education funding for service men and women who served after the september 11 2001 attacks. i know that mentals of that day still re-- memories of that stay dill remain in all day still remain in all of our hearts. each-year mason's military and veterans office serves nearly 1,000 active duty reserve national guard and veteran students. it provides them with assistance and academic counseling. just as important, this office helps our military men and women adapt from military life to collegiate life and establish a sense of community in what to many is a new environment. we take much pride in the work of this office. today's celebration would not be possible without the leadership and vision of virgini
xamped out in the halls of the capitol through all of this. she joins us with an update. hi, dana. they're headed out now for summer recess. without either the house or the senate passing health care reform. let's start with the house. where do things stand? >> reporter: this is probably going to be a crude analogy, but i'll try it anyway. since it's the summertime. you know that game on the boardwalk whack-a-mole, you hit one and another pops up. that's what's going on with the house democratic leadership. because before leaving for recess, they calmed a revolt among the blue dog conservative democrats. and they made some changes to their health care bill. for example, they pared down a little bit, the simplistic way of saying it, but they pared down the government-run health care option. you know what happened? the liberal democrats, they -- that ignited a revolt among them. so they calmed the conservatives and the liberals popped up. that's basically where things stand right now. in the house. they're hoping when they come back, they can get everybody together and pass in the fall a
'll tell you more about him. he used to work as an informant for the secret service, which makes it even more concerning. >>> also this morning coming up in kwlt healthwatch" a reason to pay more attention if you're not getting a good night's sleep. you could have sleep apnea and not even know it. and now researchers say even people with moderate cases of sleep apnea are at a higher risk of death. dr. jennifer ashton will be along this morning with a surprising new study. >>> first, a major hurricane is gaining strength as it turns towards the east coast of the united states and could become the first major storm of the season. our own dave price has the very latest. dave, good morning. >> good morning to you, julie. all eyes are on it now. bill, a category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 100 miles per hour and gusts even higher than that. you can see the satellite loop right here, and it's going to gain strength today. now, it's not only powerful, but it's big too. it measures 300 miles across. with hurricane force winds extending 30 miles from its center, it means business. bill no
are about to see. i think justice souter has been a magnificent justice or any of us who had the privilege of arguing before him and the court. we all know that he was extraordinarily well-prepared, fair minded, extraordinarily probing, and a lucid questioner. he was one knew i would hark back to the great moment when i was able to persuade justice souter to come out to present a eulogy to my late, great colleague and mentor, gerald gunther. justice souter is not a man who likes to travel. he likes new hampshire. i called up his secretary. he loved gerald's but because he said he should approach each case and decided as carefully as you can for that case. he had written him a fan letter about the book. i was unable to get justice ginsberg to come to the eulogy because she was being inducted into the women's hall of fame. i tried justice souter. i called up and the secretary said you never get him to come. is that in connecticut? no, it is in california. he will never go to california. he only likes to go to new hampshire. five seconds later, might line rang, and it was david souter. he sai
their constituents and most are talking about costs? >> that's correct. what polls have shown us. people are month more concerned of cost of health care overall and the desire, they north concerned was w access to health care or the quality of health care. they are really concerned that costs keep going up and they don't get any more for paying more. what necessity real wanted to see is what they like about the health care system preserved and what they don't like, costs, lowered. its old jock about congress, everybody hates congress but they love their congressman. that is how people feel about health care in this country. >> gregg: are people saying, look i don't buy the presidents argument it's not going to cost us something. he claims this is going to be monetarily neutral, it's not going going to increase the deficit. people don't buy that, do they? >> no, not in part. and the president is concerned that we have a rising deficit and the president is asking the country to spend more money. she saying spend that go money in the short term is going to save the country money in the long term, but
: next time when you come, please give it to us straight. . . [captioning made possible by fox news channel] shepard: you just heard robert gibbs say there are not mixed messages from the white house. stop it. we'll talk directly to the white house and ask the president's other spokesman, bill burton, if the president is given into republicans and abandoning his own base. also on top this hour, box number one, another death at the happiest place on earth. how a disney world performer became the third person to die there in the last couple of months. details ahead. in box number two, one of the internet's most popular social networking sites now facing a lawsuit. why some facebook's own members are saying the site violates their privacy. and box number three, the wife of the south carolina governor, mark sanford, speaking out for the first time, admitting he had an affair. why jenny sanford says her husband is addicted to his former mistress, the one he called his soulmate? and now jessica, her last day. time to have a baby. >> yes. shepard: and even in the middle of a health care fl
-mail me at cnn.com/primenews, or text us at hlntv. start your message with the word prime. it's your chance to be heard. 234r7 -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> this is "prime news." we have new details coming in on the man accused in the swimsuit model jasmine muri's gruesome murder. cops found her stuffed in a suitcase dumped in a trash bin. jenkins ran off to canada. he killed himself in a motel room. cops want to know whether jenkins' family is somehow involved. they say a car spotted at that motel matched the description of his dad's silver pt cruiser. was it his father? what about this mystery woman who paid for the room where he took his life? could it even be both? there's a half-sister involved here. what did she know? we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining me to talk about this, jason, reporter for the calgary herald. also with us, anita kay, criminal defense attorney around former prosecutor. jason, let's start with you. we talked a lot about the last couple days about a mystery woman, a mystery blond woman checking jenkins in, paying cash for three days' u
shiner will be with us, and pennsylvania's governor ed rendell, and world-renowned dr. david of ships. on our program tonight. we will cover every bit of information we can cover tonight. we hope you'll stay tuned for this important hour. [ applause ] >> mike: last week we asked you to send us your e-mails with healthcare -- healthcare concerns we will read them tonight and we want you to send us your questions drop the show tonight. send them to hotmail at foxnews.com. we will get to that later in the hour. i want to let you in on a little secret about why i am personally opposed to president obama's rush to get a government health care plan in place. let me say it is not personal opposition to president obama, and in fact it is not even political opposition because it's being pushed exclusively by deborah kratz. it's because of what i know about how government works, and how even good ideas go bad when they are put through the legislative process. i want to let you know i'm not a shill for turns companies. the heavy-handed way they put profits ahead of patients is partly to blame fo
morning, everyone. welcome. we are very happy you are with us today. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith garvin in for joe krebs. here's a live look outside washington, d.c. >> it looks beautiful out there. we'll talk to tom to see if we'll have post card weather for july. >> we have a chance for afternoon thundershowers and it is humid this morning. e h aad e aofad sh inngn oup showing radar. no precipitation around the region. 74 in washington. the eastern shore themi 7 d-0. ts he mountains.umid, but you ,id but you can he tud c the clouds on the incr with thelo blips of i southern sthern west virgini waou snerit west virgini er thundowowers. no thundheow e showers could be movin o tr bmeeaartoy metro area by early rnteafoon. then maybe some passing thundershowers by tintotehis e. evs g.ouin about a 60% chance. otheisose,60 m ay m cloudy day with highsea rching the upper 80s. the sunrise would be at 6:13 and the sunset at 8:15. we could have continuing pasng showers through the evening. then by this time tomorrow morning, perhaps lingering showers south and east of washington as we
it is time for the red line. >> this is bigger than us. this is not just about us. this is about jobs, lives, and generation yet unborn. >> boo, boo. >> jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> if the project gets federal approval, construction could start in four years. >> senate majority leader harry reed said the senate will vote to extend the cash-for-clunkers program before they go home friday. mcdonnelle said the party will not ban the vote. and tonight your privacy is an issue. when car dealers logged onto the cash-for-clunkers website lately they were greeted with a statement that said the dealership website is considered government property. >> the government monitoring the programs, what kind of cars are turned in, and that's the heart and sole of the language. and as we have said, it has been rewritten to make it more clear. >> the original privacy statement was posted only on the website dealers could access. >> now that brings us to the question of the day, do you trust the federal government your personal information? so far 7 percent yes. 93 percent say no. kenneth from baltimore
to call. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. in the last hour, investigators announce little haleigh cummings was not kidnapped by a stranger. that's right. it was no stranger that snuck into the home that night and snatched the little girl. >> i just got home from work. my 5-year-old daughter is gone. i need somebody to be here now. >> authorities investigating haleigh cummings disappearance announce baby-sitter misty is not giving them the whole story. after determining haleigh was likely not abducted by a stranger, investigators focused their attention on crosslin and her whereabouts that night. >> i got up because i had to use the bathroom. didn't make it to the bathroom. i seen the kitchen light on. i walked in the kitchen and the back door's wide open. >> right beside me on my left is the bed where misty was sleeping. and here on the right we had the bed where little haleigh was sleeping. and you can see it is all but about 3 1/2 feet from each other. and this is right where misty said she got up and she had to go to the bathroom in the mi
this morning. they're asking questions about what, in fact, the u.s. may have given up to north korea. peter: americans delighted that these young journalists have been returned. it's great to have americans back on our soil soon of the but there is a question about what price will be paid for this negotiation. clearly bill clinton did a tremendous job in getting these people back. and i think one of the conditions of his trip was knowing that in fact, he would be successful in bringing the americans back. but in doing so, have we restored north korea to the community of nations? and they put out an absolute propaganda statement that the former president of the united states had basically confessed to the crimes of these two young women who were doing nothing else but being american journalists. steve: clinton expressed words of sincere apology to kim jong il for the hostile acts committed by the girls. clinton courteously conveyed to kim jong il an ernest request of the u.s. government to leniently pardon them. peter: i don't think he admitted that they did it. steve: bill clinton would not
. joining us now the director of the north korea studies. good morning. >> good morning. thank you for having me here. >> the release now of the two american journalists, what message should we derive from this? >> i think we should see this mission for what it was, a narrowly defined mission to bring the two journalists back. despite the 3 hour conversation with kim jong-il, and i'm sure much was discussed, but in terms of perhaps carrots or promised to be made if north korea came back tothe discussion table, i think that remains to be seen. but we'll know that in the next few days. >> looking at the pictures sitting around that negotiating table. one does have to wonder what possibly -- what could the talks have centered around and you say this should become public knowledge but yet we didn't really know that president clinton was even headed to the area. do you think that we will ever find out what happened out of those talks? >> i believe so. because the press reports now show that quite a bit of a number of people have been involved in the discussion with the north koreans, th
by amy fisher, her husband spent a number of mary jo joins us live this morning to tell us why she stayed with her husband and wife. she knows he is a sociopath and how you can get out of bad relationships. speak either cash recorders running on empty, until lawmakers vote to reject 2 billion more dollars into the program. so is this just another government bail out? we report you decide. >> clayton: in the cutthroat coffeehouse business and companies are looking for an edge in this little stand may have owned it. where is this place chicken article right now. it's bikini coffee are solving this morning comes from john in millersburg, ohio this early in the morning time to climb out of your bunker. watch "fox & friends" before driving in your bunker behind very timely. >> clayton: welcome to "fox & friends" do so this? that's fresh news. we have some good stories, i just put it as i said you guys later, but there's been some great stories we're talking about this morning feeling karl rove is here to talk about the state of the health care reform bill. some are saying it made major progres
to share your opinions on three platforms, by twittering or e-mailing us. the new york times is where we'll start, a story by katherine rappel, hopeful sign, output declines at slower pace. this is what the authors have to say this morning. the nation's output shrinks at 1% in the second quarter after contracting at a rate of 6.4% earlier this year, government spending, by the first $787 billion stimulus package propped up activity in the latest quarter and accounted for 20% of the country's output. but consumer spending, which makes up 70% of the overall economic activity has continued to fall as fearful americans save more. many economists express concern about what will happen once government spending lets up if consumers remain worried about losing their jobs and their weakened household finances. again, that from the pages of "the new york times" this morning. looking at it from a different take, "the wall street journal" in its editorial section this morning, here is how they phrase it "poised for a rebound" is how they title it. here are some of the thoughts from some of the folks
have a problem. i encourage you to use the mechanisms that the commerce department and small business administration have provided to get that information. use the people in the field. if they are eda representatives, make them do their jobs for the business community that is here today. i will be measured on several statistics when i get done. my job will be fundamentally finished in about 13 months. i have never had it term appointment before but i think this one is close to it. at that time, they will measurements of five things -- i have these things on my wall and their measurements that i signed up for. number one is get the money out quickly. as i mentioned earlier, right now, over all, in the aggregate, we have put out, in contracts and grants to states, about $200 billion by the end of this month it will be -- at the end of september it will be to a $30 billion. we have put about $60 billion out of tax benefits. we are approaching the $300 billion mark. we're doing okay. the second thing is get the money under contract properly. broccoli means two things to make -- that we ge
>> go. get the buddies. >> sometimes the story just needs to be shown. thanks for being with us. here now "the situation room" and wolf blitzer. >>> rick, thanks very much. happening now, three leaders, a shared mission. president obama huddles with the leaders of mexico and canada. they pledge to battle major problems especially one that's already left a lot of people dead. after a small plane crashes with a helicopter in new york, questions remain. why did it happen and could it happen again? we're standing by for some answers. there's a news conference with the national transportation safety board. stand by. >>> and a congressman screams at his constituents. did he have a public meltdown? >> not a single one of you have the decency to call my office and set up for a meeting. okay? then do that. do that! but don't, don't come and take advantage of what these individuals have done. you want a meeting with me on health care, i'll give it to you. >> tempers flare after a doctor confronts a congressman with questions over health care reform. why this blowup? i'll ask the congressm
to the senate to approve $2 billion to continue funding the program. joining us now, transportation secretary, ray lahood, from the department of transportation. thank you very much, mr. secretary. first of all, we have some opposition from the republicans. let me play what senator jim demint had to say on fox news sunday. >> we're helping auto dealers while there are thousands of other small businesses that aren't getting the help. the role of the federal government is not to run the used car business. and it's clear, you can look at amtrak or the post office and now cash for clunkers. the federal government went bankrupt in one week in the used car business, and now they want to run our health care system. i just think this is a great example of the stupidity that's coming out of washington right now. >> now, senator demint is backed up, certainly, "usa today" and "the wall street journal," two editorials. "usa today" says it's a clunker of a program. as a way to improve mileage, the program has always been a farce. car buyers would qualify for a $3,500 of credit with trade-ins that net jus
whether it one way to reach common ground is for us to list a series of factors that the arbitrator would consider as part of a binding arbitration, including others that are more acceptable to you. >> it certainly has possibilities. we would be happy to submit a list. >> i will also think about what you had to say. i take it that both of you, worth this amendment not in our legislation, would support this legislation. >> yes. >> so you feel so strongly about the amendment, that that would lead you to oppose something you think is good for the postal members, if it were not for the amendment, correct? >> correct. >> did you want to say something? >> i have every confidence this congress that will not pass the legislation that includes an anti-union amendment. >> i hope we can come to a point, because it is so critical to get -- not just for the postal service for everybody who pays for it gets mail, but to your workers that we get this passed, and we figure out a way to find common ground. i thank you all very much. i think it is important to say this probably will go to the floor of the
terrorists in the world, reportedly killed in a u.s. missile strike. >>> hidden message. an unpublished post on george sodini's blog reveals he admired a woman at the pennsylvania gym where he went on that shooting rampage, killing three women and injuring nine others. >>> and not the wife he knew. the husband of the woman who police say was drunk and high when she caused that deadly wrong-way crash speaks out for the first time. >> listen to this i go to bed every night knowing my heart is clear. she did not drink. she's not an alcoholic. >> what he thinks really happened in a live interview with his sister-in-law "today," friday, august 7th, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this friday morning, i'm meredith vieira. >> and i'm lester holt. matt lauer will be back on monday. this morning, u.s. and pakistani intelligence officials are working to confirm the death of pakistan's taliban chief baitullah mehsud. >> he was reportedly killed on wednesday in a cia drone attack on the home of his father-in-law. mehsud is pu
to kill al qaeda-linked terrorists planned to take us u.s. troops at a huge american base in kuwait, during one of the holiest months for muslims. >>> i'm wolf blitzer in cnn's command center for breaking news and extraordinary reports around the world. you're in "the situation room." >>> it's one of the roughest days in this month that either will make or break efforts for health care reform. today, a town hall forum featuring president obama could have turned ugly, but he didn't back down. and it didn't turn ugly. he forcefully defended his ideas, thumbing his nose at krirt ickes and pushing back at what he called rumors. >> for all the scare tactics out there, what is truly scary. what is truly risky is if we do nothing. if we let this moment pass, if we keep the system the way it is right now, we will continue to see 14,000 americans lose their health insurance every day. your premiums will continue to skyrocket. they have gone up three times faster than your wages, and they will keep on going up. our deficit will continue to grow, because medicare and medicaid are on an unsubst
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